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NASA / Universities Space Research Association Multiple Locations
Apr 03, 2020
Full time
The NASA Postdoctoral Program (NPP) supports NASA’s goal to expand scientific understanding of Earth and the universe in which we live.   The NASA Postdoctoral Program offers US and international scientists the opportunity to advance their research while contributing to NASA's scientific goals.  The NPP supports fundamental science; explores the undiscovered; promotes intellectual growth; and encourages scientific connections. Engage in NASA research in Earth science, planetary science, heliophysics, astrophysics, aeronautics and engineering, human exploration and operations, space bioscience, and astrobiology. Details Annual stipends start at $60,000, with supplements for high cost-of-living areas and certain degree fields Annual travel budget of $10,000 Relocation allowance Financial supplement for health insurance purchased through the program Appointments renewable for up to three years Approximately 90 Fellowships awarded annually   Available Fields of Study Aeronautics, Aeronautical or Other Engineering Astrobiology Astrophysics Biological Sciences Cosmochemistry Earth Science Heliophysics Science Interdisciplinary/Other Planetary Science Technology Development   Available NASA Centers Ames Research Center Armstrong Flight Research Center Glenn Research Center Goddard Institute for Space Studies Goddard Space Flight Center Jet Propulsion Laboratory Johnson Space Center Kennedy Space Center Langley Research Center Marshall Space Flight Center NASA Astrobiology Program NASA HQ Solar System Exploration Research Virtual Institute Stennis Space Center Wallops Flight Facility NOTE: Not all centers participate in every application round...please refer to the website for current opportunity locations.   Eligibility US citizens, Lawful Permanent Residents and foreign nationals eligible for a J-1 visa as a Research Scholar Recent and Senior-Level PhD recipients   Application Deadlines Three each year - March 1 , July 1 , and November 1 To learn more about specific opportunities and to apply, please visit https://npp.usra.edu/opportunities/   Questions : npphelp@usra.edu
Northern Arizona University Phoenix, AZ, USA
Apr 01, 2020
Full time
Non Tenure-Track Position in Hotel & Restaurant Management. The School of Hotel & Restaurant Management (HRM) in The W.A. Franke College of Business (FCB) seeks applicants for one full-time, non-tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor of Practice/Lecturer level with a focus in lodging/hotel and foodservice/restaurant hospitality management to begin in August 2020.  This position will be located in the Phoenix/Scottsdale Valley area , with a campus or campuses NAU HRM office location to be determined. This person will be heavily involved in outreach and recruiting of students into the School of HRM.  Occasional travel to NAU in Flagstaff to attend meetings including graduation. Teach up to 12 credit hours of undergraduate courses in each of the fall and spring semesters; possible opportunity to teach in summer for additional income; workload to be determined by the Executive Director. Typically, this will entail teaching in hospitality management courses (Lodging/Hotel, Restaurant Management, Event management, etc.); Participate in HRM, FCB, and NAU service activities including a focused plan of effective work with hospitality and culinary high schools and community colleges, working with industry to enhance student internship programs, inviting industry practitioners as guest speakers, working very closely with the NAU Office of Admissions and to attend high school recruitment events; Engage in a program of professional development activities to maintain faculty qualification in accordance with FCB/HRM and AACSB guidelines. Minimum Qualifications: Graduate degree (master’s degree, or higher) from an accredited institution with a concentration in Lodging/Hotel hospitality management/administration, foodservice/restaurant management, food & beverage management, or a related field (e.g., MBA). Either a minimum of five years professional management experience related to Lodging/Hotel hospitality management, OR a minimum of three years of professional management experience AND two years full-time teaching (or the equivalent number of part-time courses) at the college level in lodging/ hotel hospitality management, foodservice/restaurant management, or related topics. Ability to meet the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) academic or professional qualification requirements.   Preferred Qualifications: Earned Doctorate in Hospitality Management or closely related discipline or graduate degree (master’s degree, or higher) from an ACPHA or AACBS accredited institution with a concentration in Lodging/hotel hospitality management/administration, foodservice/restaurant management, food & beverage management, or a related field (e.g., MBA). Evidence of effective teaching and/or training in hospitality management area, lodging/hotel management, foodservice/restaurant management, or related courses at the undergraduate level; Demonstrated evidence of currency in the hospitality industry; Prior experience teaching lodging/ hotel hospitality management, foodservice/restaurant management, event management, or related courses, at the undergraduate level; Five years of professional hospitality management experience (lodging/ hotel operations, foodservice/restaurant operations experience preferred) or upper-level management experience in the hospitality industry; Demonstrated excellence in teaching as documented by a pattern of strong teaching evaluations; Ability to communicate effectively and proactively with a diverse student population. Demonstrated community outreach/service in the hospitality and tourism industry. Certified Hospitality Educator (CHE) by the American Hotel & Lodging Association Educational Institute Salary: Commensurate with experience   Submission Deadline: Open until filled or closed. Review of applications will begin on April 23, 2020.   How to Apply:   To apply for this position, please click on the "Apply" button at the end of the job description if viewing this position through the NAU HR website. Otherwise, to view the original post and to apply, proceed to nau.jobs, follow the 'Faculty and Administrator Openings' link, locate vacancy 604941, and then "Apply" at the bottom of the page.   The application must be submitted online to be reviewed and should include: (1) a cover letter addressing the job description and preferred qualifications, (2) a current resume’ or curriculum vitae, (3) recent teaching evaluations (if applicable), (4) teaching philosophy, and  (5) contact information for at least three professional references including mailing and email addresses, and phone numbers. Please attach all items as PDF or Word documents.   If you need assistance completing your application there are instructions available on the HR website or in person in the Human Resources Department located in Building 91 on the NAU Campus - on the corner of Beaver and DuPont Streets.   If you are an individual with a disability and need reasonable accommodation to participate in the hiring process please contact the Office of Equity and Access at: 928-523-3312/TDD - 928-523-1006 or PO Box 4083, Flagstaff AZ 86011.   Any questions about the position should be addressed to Dr. Po-Ju Chen, at: Po-Ju.Chen@nau.edu. Or, Dr. SoYeon Jung at: Soyeon.Jung@nau.edu. Chair of the Search Committee   NAU is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Institution. Women, minorities, veteran and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Tohono O'odham Community College Sells, Arizona
Mar 30, 2020
Full time
Job Title:          Chair of Workforce and Community Development Academic Program Reports To:      Dean of Sustainability Status:             Full-time / Regular / Salary Salary:              $60,349, DOE - Competitive SUMMARY: The Chair provides leadership and is responsible for the overall managerment of the Workforce and Community Development (WCD) Academic department. Responsibilities may include developing and evaluating academic programs and offerings for workforce development; developing and reviewing curriculum, courses, syllabi, and schedules; managing department budgets. The Chair will support the T-So:son (Our Core Values) including T-Wohocudadag - Our Beliefs, T-Apedag - Our Well-Being, T-Pi:k Elida - Our Deepest Respect and I-We:mta - Working Together.  ESSENTIAL DUTIES: Manages and participates in directing programs in the WCD area, including: planning and developing curricular programs, coordinating, administering, and evaluating programs for accreditation purposes, developing projects, processes, and procedures as needed; Mentors instructors and determine professional development opportunities; Applies and enforces federal and state policies in workforce and education; Recruits faculty and students; advises faculty, and staff on a variety of issues related to WCD programmatic area; Prepares, reviews, interprets, and analyzes a variety of complex and multi-faceted information, records, data, forms, schedules, calendars, and reports; writes and makes recommendations based on report findings; Prepares and manages department and grants budgets, including writing reports as needed;     Collaborates on grant development activities, write grant projects; prepares related grant reports and narratives; Performs other duties of a similar nature or level as directed by the Dean for Sustainability.   TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE: Minimum Qualifications: Master’s degree in Community College, Higher Education, Adult Education and Training, or related field and two years of experience in instruction and administration, preferably in a higher education setting, including experience in a supervisory position. Or, bachelor's degree in a related field and five or more years of instructional experience in an academic, vocational or certification training environment, including three years of experience in administration, preferably in a higher education setting, and supervisory experience.     Additional Consideration May Be Given To Individuals with the Following Qualifications: Doctoral degree in related field, one year of administration and instructional experience in higher education and supervisory experience. Ability to speak and understand O’odham and/or Spanish. Knowledge and understanding in the history and contemporary issues facing Native peoples.   LICENSING REQUIREMENTS Valid Arizona Driver’s license with no DUI's or major traffic offences within the past three years. Must successfully pass a background check and finger print clearance.   KNOWLEDGE: Learning management principles, practices, and techniques; Advanced principles and practices in assigned area of responsibility; Applicable Federal, State, and local laws, rules, regulations, codes, and/or statutes for workforce and education; Research methods; Presentation principles and practices; Policy and procedure development practices; Budgeting principles; Supervisory principles and practices.   SKILLS: Managing programs and making program-wide decisions; Planning, coordinating, and implementing program components and activities; Researching, analyzing, and applying relevant information to the development of departmental processes and programs; Interpreting and applying applicable laws, rules, and regulations; Ensuring compliance with applicable internal and/or external program requirements; Preparing a variety of reports; Monitoring and maintaining program budgets; Monitoring and evaluating the work of lower level staff; Communication, interpersonal skills as applied to interaction with subordinates, coworkers, supervisor, the general public, etc. sufficient to exchange or convey information and to receive work direction.
Tohono O'odham Community College Sells, AZ, USA
Mar 30, 2020
Part time
Job Title:              Adjunct Instructor of Building Construction Technologies in Plumbing Reports To:            Occupational Chair Status:                   Part-time / Temporary/ 6-9 Credit Hours a Week Salary:                   $1,000 per credit hour   SUMMARY: Instructor is responsible for the overall development and delivery of an assigned occupational curriculum. Specific responsibilities include; use NCCER course curriculum,  lesson plans, testing materials and related scenarios; mentoring and advising students; preparing course grades; overseeing the maintenance of program facilities; supervising the operations of machinery and equipment; tracking student attendance and progress; and teaching related courses. Classes will be offered Saturdays and Evenings at the TOCC West campus.  This Instructor is certified by completing the Instructor Certification Training Program led by an NCCER Master Trainer.The Adjunct Instructor will support the T-So: son (Our Core Values) including T-Wohocudadag Our Beliefs, T-Apedag Our Well-Being, T-Pi:k Elida Our Deepest Respect and I-We:mta Working Together.   ESSENTIAL DUTIES: Instructs students in a classroom setting in an assigned area of responsibility, ensuring applicable core competencies are addressed; develops course syllabus; plans, teaches, observes; evaluates students using the NCCER system and curriculum ; and evaluates overall student performance; Participates in the development of applicable instructional materials, workshops, tutorials, presentations, support items,  and/or other related items; Facilitates study sessions and workshops with students; May assist in the preparation of schedules and course offerings; Performs other duties of a similar nature or level.   TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE: Minimum Qualifications: Be approved by an Accredited Training Sponsor (ATS) Representative to be certified as an instructor; Experience at a minimum journey OR technician – level (at least 4 years) in their area of expertise, OR a minimum of 3 years’ experience as a certified teacher in a vocational/ technical construction or maintenance-related training programs; Documentation of an instructor’s qualifications must be reviewed and approved by Sponsored Representative or other qualified personnel, and kept on file by using one of the following methods; A diploma from an acceptance secondary or post-secondary institution in the field(s) to be taught/evaluated OR a resume documenting actual experience in the curriculum title(s) or specific module(s) the individual intends to teach OR documented evidence of successful completion of the National Craft Assessment and Certification Program (NCACP) assessment in the appropriate field(s) OR a license granted by a state in the field(s) to be taught/evaluated OR relevant certification by a State Department of Education.     Additional Consideration May Be Given To Individuals with the Following Qualifications: Ability to speak and understand O’odham and/or Spanish. Knowledge and understanding in the history and contemporary issues facing Native peoples.   LICENSING REQUIREMENTS Valid Arizona Driver’s license with no DUI's or major traffic offences within the past two years. Must successfully pass a background check and finger print clearance. Licenses may be required depending on area of assignment.   KNOWLEDGE: Instructional methodologies; Adult learning theory; Research methods; Student evaluation methods; Principles in assigned academic area; Advising processes and practices.   SKILLS: Using a computer and related software applications; Evaluating student performance; Instructing students; Creating collateral materials for class sessions; Advising students; Communication, interpersonal skills as applied to interaction with students, coworkers, supervisor, and the general public.   WORK ENVIRONMENT: TOCC is a tribal college located on the Tohono O’odham Nation, 60 miles west of Tucson. The instructor will work closely with members of the Tohono O’odham Nation within a multicultural setting.     "This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer
Tohono O'odham Community College Sells, AZ, USA
Mar 30, 2020
Part time
Job Title:        Adjunct Instructor of Building Construction Technologies (Electrician) Reports To:    Occupational Chair Status:           Part-time/ Temporary/ 6-9 credits a week Salary:            $710 per credit hr.     SUMMARY: Instructor is responsible for the overall development and delivery of an assigned academic curriculum. Specific responsibilities include; use NCCER course curriculum,  lesson plans, testing materials and related scenarios; mentoring and advising students; preparing course grades; overseeing the maintenance of program facilities; supervising the operations of machinery and equipment; tracking student attendance and progress; and teaching related courses. Classes will be offered Saturdays and Evenings at the TOCC West campus. The Adjunct Instructor will support the T-So: son (Our Core Values) including T-Wohocudadag Our Beliefs, T-Apedag Our Well-Being, T-Pi:k Elida Our Deepest Respect and I-We:mta Working Together.     ESSENTIAL DUTIES: Instructs students in a classroom setting in an assigned area of responsibility, ensuring applicable core competencies are addressed; develops course syllabus; plans, teaches, observes; evaluates students using the NCCER system and curriculum ; and evaluates overall student performance; Participates in the development of applicable instructional materials, workshops, tutorials, presentations, support items,  and/or other related items; Facilitates study sessions and workshops with students; May assist in the preparation of schedules and course offerings; Performs other duties of a similar nature or level.     TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE: Minimum Qualifications: Must be certified or eligible for a Community College Teaching Certificate, and licensure or certification in appropriate discipline, and/or five (5) years of specialized experience, Or a Bachelor's degree with subject matter of the vocational discipline or related field with three (3) years' work experience in the teaching field. And three to five years of instructional experience in an academic, vocational or certification training environment.   Additional Consideration May Be Given To Individuals with the Following Qualifications: Ability to speak and understand O’odham and/or Spanish. Knowledge and understanding in the history and contemporary issues facing Native peoples.     LICENSING REQUIREMENTS Valid Arizona Driver’s license with no DUI's or major traffic offences within the past two years. Must successfully pass a background check and finger print clearance. Licenses may be required depending on area of assignment.     SKILLS: Using a computer and related software applications; Evaluating student performance; Instructing students; Creating collateral materials for class sessions; Advising students; Communication, interpersonal skills as applied to interaction with students, coworkers, supervisor, and the general public.     WORK ENVIRONMENT: TOCC is a tribal college located on the Tohono O’odham Nation, 60 miles west of Tucson. The instructor will work closely with members of the Tohono O’odham Nation within a multicultural setting.     HOW TO APPLY Applications are available on line at www.tocc.edu. Interested applicants must submit a completed TOCC application for employment, resume, related degrees, transcripts, certificates, a list of three references (name, position, organization and work phone numbers), and three (3) letters of recommendation dated within the past twelve months.  If claiming Indian Preference under Tohono O’odham Ordinance 01-85, submit a copy of certification or enrollment card and/ or if claiming Veteran Preference, submit a copy of the DD214 form to:     TOHONO O’ODHAM COMMUNITY COLLEGE ATTENTION:  HUMAN RESOURCES P.O. BOX 3129 SELLS, AZ  85634 VOICE (520) 383-0049 FAX (520) 383-0029 Or apply at WWW.TOCC .EDU   "This institution is an equal opportunit y provider and employer."
$45,000 yearly
Binghamton University Music Department State University of New York at Binghamton, Vestal Parkway East, Binghamton, NY, USA
Mar 28, 2020
Full time
Visiting Assistant Professor in Musicology The Binghamton University (State University of New York) Department of Music invites applications for a two-year Visiting Assistant Professorship in Musicology beginning in September 2020. This position begins Fall semester 2020 (9/1/2020) and runs through Spring semester 2022 (8/31/22), with the potential for renewal. We seek a colleague with the ability to engage students at the undergraduate and graduate levels in a broad array of courses. The successful candidate may also have the opportunity to advise honors projects and master’s theses. The Binghamton University Music Department offers nationally-accredited graduate and undergraduate degrees, including the Master of Music degree with emphasis in History & Literature, Composition, Conducting, Collaborative Piano, Instrumental Performance, and Vocal Performance; the Master of Music in Opera, the Bachelor of Music in Performance, and the Bachelor of Arts in Music. Students from across the university participate in a wide range of music courses, lessons, and ensembles, and the Department serves the university and local community through a varied program of performances. Essential Duties, Tasks, and Responsibilities This position entails a 3-3 course load. The yearly schedule will include one graduate-level seminar, one Western-music survey for music majors (1750-1900 or 1900-present), an introductory course in the Western classical tradition for non-majors (taught both semesters), and both major- and non-major electives, preferably focusing on 20 th - and 21 st -century popular and vernacular musics. The Music Department is particularly interested in expanding our curricular offerings in African-American, Latinx, Indigenous, and other historically marginalized musical cultures. Required Qualifications —A completed PhD or ABD status in Musicology or a closely related field (PhD strongly preferred) by the appointment start date. —experience teaching college courses in music history as instructor of record. Preferred Qualifications —experience teaching courses in music history for music majors or master’s students. —experience teaching courses focused on popular or vernacular musics, especially those of African-American, Latinx, Indigenous, or other historically marginalized musical cultures. —experience developing and teaching new courses. —teaching experience that engages closely with the candidate’s research and publication program. Application Procedures Applications must be submitted through the Binghamton Interview Exchange site: https://binghamton.interviewexchange.com/candapply.jsp?JOBID=121971 Please submit: 1) a cover letter; 2) curriculum vitae; 3) two sample syllabi, and 4) names and contact information for three professional references who can comment on your teaching and research; do not send reference letters or other materials at this time. Review of applications will begin April 1 and continue until the position is filled. Equal Opportunity Employer Binghamton University is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer. It is the policy of Binghamton University to provide for and promote equal opportunity employment, compensation and other terms and conditions of employment without discrimination on the basis of sex, age, race, color, religion, disability, national origin, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, veteran or military service member status, marital status, domestic violence, victim status, genetic predisposition or carrier status, or arrest and/or criminal conviction record unless based upon a bona fide occupational qualification or other exception.
$45,000 - $50,000 yearly
The American Indian College Fund Denver, Colorado
Mar 23, 2020
Full time
Description The American Indian College Fund (College Fund) strives to positively impact the lives of American Indians by supporting their higher education and career objectives. College Fund team members believe education is the answer and collectively we raise funds, provide scholarships, and holistically support students in achieving their goals. Programming, research, and enhancing the capacities of tribal colleges and universities (TCUs) are also integral elements of our mission. The College Readiness Coach provides expertise in student admissions and college going services. This position will be a liaison to targeted high schools, conduct outreach, track student engagement, verify matriculation, and coach students through the college choice process. The College Readiness Coach will develop presentation materials and resources to assist high school and TCU staff, faculty, students and their support systems to navigate the college admissions process. The coach will support the goals of the Student Success Services Team and of the College Fund by collaborating with team members in providing students with the supports they need to persist through their college experience. Essential Job Functions • Provide tiered support for students in both college and career readiness strategies to guide students towards their graduation and career goals. • Regular, timely outreach and communication (email, phone and virtual) to students, families, and program partners regarding upcoming deadlines, requirements, and expectations associated with programming and potential scholarships. • Use cohort/group models of coaching when possible to support student goals to college. • Plan, facilitate and administer online program components for program participants in collaboration with the Student Success Services coaching team. Includes: Webinars and text messaging. • Plan convenings and site visits to institutions in collaboration with Student Success Services team for presentations, student check ins and to maintain partnerships • Build, maintain and explore supports within the institutions and communities to partner for improved and increased student supports • Keep up to date records on students. Provide reports as needed for supervisors • Provide formal updates to supervisors twice yearly for review and for professional growth (December and June.) • Seek out professional development opportunities as well as for institution support staff in best practices that support students- to include, but not limited to college applications, essays, FAFSA, choosing a best-fit college. • Connect students to other Student Success Service programming at the College Fund as relevant. • Plan, facilitate and implement summer programming and convening for program participants in collaboration with the Student Success Services team. • Stay current and up to date on latest trends involving American Indian Education and college choice process. Job Requirements Competencies • Proficient IT skills particularly with databases, Microsoft Office products and social media • Ability to develop and enhance relationships • Ability to meet deadlines for a wide variety of job assignments • Ability to manage numerous tasks and/or projects at one time • Attention to and tolerance for detail • Ability to work collaboratively within and across departments as well as with external partners • Proven ability to accomplish defined goals and objectives • Experience presenting for small and large groups • Willingness to travel during certain periods Education/Experience/Certification Requirements • BA Degree • Experience working with AIAN or underserved population high school and/or college students • Two years of experience working in a field related to college readiness Preferred Qualifications • MA in Student Affairs, or related field and/or four years of work experience in an education related setting • Involvement and/or experience with student advising, coaching and admissions Work Environment and Physical Activities • Professional office environment • Frequent keyboarding • Lifting from 20-30 pounds • Travel as assigned, airplane and car Note: The intent is not to provide an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, or qualifications associated with this position. Incumbent may perform other duties as assigned. To Apply: Send your cover letter and resume to applications@collegefund.org. Please put your name and the job title in the subject line. American Indian College Fund is an Equal Opportunity Employee
ads@adclub.com 1701 Divisadero St, San Francisco, CA 94115, USA
Mar 16, 2020
Full time
University of California, San Francisco   Chief Campus Compliance Officer The UCSF Chief Campus Compliance Officer (CCCO) reports to the Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer (CECO). The CCCO works with the CECO on planning, implementing and monitoring the UCSF Campus Ethics and Compliance Program. Under the direction of the CECO, the Chief Campus Compliance Officer provides strategic leadership and coordination for Campus ethics and compliance activities. The CCCO will have primary responsibility for building and maintaining an overall Campus program of compliance. The Chief Campus Compliance Officer oversees, directly or indirectly, the functions of Research Compliance & Integrity, Export Control, Research Regulatory Support, Conflict of Interest, Investigations, and Compliance Risk Assessment (in contrast to Enterprise Risk Management that is not the CCCO’s responsibility). The CCCO also serves as a central point of communication for Campus compliance risk owners across UCSF, including those responsible for school-based efforts. The CCCO serves as a strategic advisor to the CECO with respect to compliance, and works collaboratively with University of California system-wide and UCSF campus leadership and stakeholders to identify and highlight critical compliance and ethics risks facing the Campus. Collaborates with stakeholders in developing mitigation strategies to ensure a high level of compliance. Works with stakeholders to promote a culture of accountability, integrity, ethics, and compliance. Advises leadership and other stakeholders on issues of significant consequence and risk to the campus. Oversees campus compliance governance, policies and procedures, training and education, communication and reporting, and internal compliance monitoring. Facilitates roll-up reports from campus-based units; analyzes and applies such data to continuously improve the campus compliance program. The CCCO oversees the key Campus compliance related activities for UCSF with the goal of ensuring a culture of integrity, safety, non-discrimination, and inclusion consistent with the values of the University of California. The CCCO will direct UCSF’s efforts to improve and expand its compliance program, which will encompass compliance governance, review and implementation of relevant policies and procedures, training and education, communication and reporting, internal monitoring, and compliance auditing (in conjunction with UCSF Audit and Advisory Services). The CCCO recommends response, prevention, and disciplinary standards for compliance issues. Ensures alignment with applicable laws and ethical standards of the organization. Activities include oversight (in collaboration with Audit and Advisory Services) of compliance investigations of allegations of improper behavior, "whistleblowing," and improper governmental activities. Provides oversight and leadership for all compliance activities related to Campus-based units. These compliance activities occur in an institutional framework that includes UCSF’s PRIDE values of Professionalism, Respect, Integrity, Diversity, and Excellence. The CCCO coordinates the functions of the Compliance Management Committee. In support of the CECO and the Executive Compliance Committee, establishes Campus-wide goals and objectives, and prepares the annual Campus compliance plan. Drives continuous improvement work to achieve a “best practices” standard in all areas of Campus compliance. Stays current on all significant developments in the field in order to drive change and innovation across all aspects of the campus compliance program. Determines long-term and short-term strategic plans to achieve the objectives. Functions with significant autonomy. The CCCO must model integrity and ethical behavior in all dealings. The CCCO will have a strong understanding of the compliance risk assessment process and compliance best practices in a higher education environment. For fullest consideration, applicant materials should be submitted by April 9th ETHICS & COMPLIANCE UCSF’s Ethics and Compliance responsibilities span the breadth of its mission. UCSF’s Ethics and Compliance program delivers an integrated approach to addressing compliance risks across the UCSF enterprise, encompassing all academic/clinical/operational areas. UCSF’s multi-faceted mission to educate/conduct research/provide patient care presents unique compliance needs. The compliance infrastructure at UCSF supports these varied compliance needs while enabling communication & collaboration between and among groups to address all elements of compliance risk. The CCCO role is located in this office. CHANCELLOR’S ROLE The Chancellor provides oversight of, and support for UCSF’s Ethics and Compliance program. The Chancellor is committed to enabling a transparent, successful Ethics and Compliance program addressing risk across UCSF. EXECUTIVE COMPLIANCE AND AUDIT COMMITTEE’S (ECAC’S) ROLE The ECAC consists of senior leaders at UCSF and serves to implement/support/measure the Ethics and Compliance program as tasked by the University of California (UC) Board of Regents, ensuring management engagement/resources/commitment to aid in compliance effectiveness at the institution. The ECAC is a conduit for escalating compliance risks to the Chancellor and provides a problem-solving group to address compliance concerns at the highest level. COMPLIANCE MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE’S (CMC’S) ROLE The CMC consists of management-level compliance risk owners across UCSF. The CMC serves as the “working body” for the Ethics and Compliance program, meeting regularly to enable coordination/prioritization/accountability for compliance risks university-wide. CHIEF ETHICS AND COMPLIANCE OFFICER’S (CECO’S) ROLE The CECO provides strategic leadership and coordination over ethics and compliance risk management activities across UCSF. The CECO reports to the UCSF Chancellor, with a dotted line to the University of California Office of the President (UCOP) Senior Vice President & Chief Compliance and Audit Officer, and day-to-day administrative reporting to the UCSF Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost. The CECO serves as a strategic advisor to the Chancellor & executive leadership on compliance matters. The CECO serves as the Locally Designated Official as well as the Research Integrity Officer. The CCCO reports to/works closely with the CECO. CHIEF HEALTHCARE COMPLIANCE OFFICER & CHIEF PRIVACY OFFICER’S ROLE The Chief Healthcare Compliance Officer & Chief Privacy Officer leads the UCSF Office of Healthcare Compliance & Privacy (OHCP). The OHCP is intended to provide the tools and expertise for ethical, compliant behavior to be a standard part of UCSF patient care operations and information management practices. The OHCP operates a dynamic, progressive program that is intended to meet the changing regulatory landscape. The OHCP supports faculty/staff/house staff, students/volunteers/contractors/agents participating in the delivery of health care on behalf of UCSF, as well as the entire University system to promote privacy for patients/students/employees. As needed, the CCCO works collaboratively with OHCP staff. ABOUT UCSF The University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) is a leading university dedicated to promoting health worldwide through advanced biomedical research, graduate-level education in the life sciences and health professions, and excellence in patient care. It is the only campus in the 10-campus UC system dedicated exclusively to the health sciences. Required Qualifications • Bachelor's degree in related area and/or equivalent experience/training • Ten or more years of directly related and supervisory work experience • Has advanced knowledge of compliance and ethics standards and practices • Knowledge of policies, practices and systems; human and other resource planning, analytical and comprehensive project management skills • Ability to provide effective management and supervision of a specific program within the ethics and compliance functions • Ability to communicate, both verbally and in writing, about specific compliance and ethics program issues and risk areas. Requires the ability to change the thinking of, or gain acceptance of, others in sensitive situations • Strong interpersonal skills including negotiation and communication; able to reach across a wide variety of audiences for different areas of ethics and compliance • Ability to work independently and within a team environment Preferred Qualifications • Advanced degree (MA/MM/MBA, JD or PhD) • Professional certification as Certified Compliance Officer • Five or more years of compliance management-related experience • Experience managing compliance activities in a complex academic environment APPLY ONLINE: http://50.73.55.13/counter.php?id=180089 The University of California San Francisco is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran or disabled status, or genetic information.
Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College Phoenix, AZ, USA
Mar 16, 2020
Full time
Arizona State University’s Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College is seeking a Vice-Dean and Professor in the Division of Educational Leadership and Innovation. The successful candidate will provide the intellectual and administrative leadership for the Division; whose 60 full-time faculty serve more than 3,500 undergraduate and graduate students in all of the College’s master’s and graduate certificate programs beyond initial teacher certification, as well as undergraduate degrees separate from teacher certification. In addition, the Vice-Dean will advance their own program of scholarship and have opportunities to collaborate with nationally recognized faculty in research and program development in a wide range of areas, including interdisciplinary projects with other ASU departments, schools, and colleges. The ideal candidate must be a thoughtful, articulate, inspiring leader who will work collaboratively with others across both the College and ASU. S/he will be a creative, highly analytical individual with strong abstract reasoning skills who can relate well to people at all levels of the organization, demonstrating excellent communication and active listening skills. The successful candidate will have experience in helping to shape and drive ideas forward while simultaneously managing a staff and the College toward desired outcomes. S/he will be a consensus builder who understands the importance of cultivating a congenial and cooperative working environment, someone who can bend when appropriate yet be firm and decisive when necessary. Major responsibilities include: (1) providing intellectual leadership for the Division, collaborating with faculty to define and implement the unit’s vision and priorities; (2) overseeing scheduling, budgeting and general management of the Division; (3) mentoring, supporting, and evaluating all tenured and non-tenured faculty and staff with primary appointments in the Division; (4) advancing the Division’s research productivity, including supporting University, College, and Division opportunities to secure external funding; (5) maintaining a record of high quality, high impact scholarly productivity as demonstrated through peer-reviewed publications and presentations at national conferences; (6) collaborating on the growth of the Division and related programs; and (7) providing service to the institution, profession, and community, (8) be a strong, strategic partner to the Dean and senior leadership, serving as a critical member of the college’s executive leadership team; (8) Candidate qualified for the rank of Full Professor must also be eligible for tenure at Arizona State University as evidenced by scholarly accomplishment. This position reports to the Dean of the College and will serve for a three-year term to be renewed at the discretion of the Dean. Required Qualifications • Earned doctoral degree from an accredited university in a field of education or related area • Senior faculty ranking eligible for appointment as Professor with tenure at Arizona State University • Experience in higher education administration at the College, School, or similar organizational level • Demonstrated effectiveness in academic program development • Evidence of strong and sustained scholarship related to educational leadership and innovation • Evidence of external funding activity • Experience working with diverse populations in higher education, as a scholar, teacher and/or administrator • Documented evidence of commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion Desired Qualifications • Creative systems thinker who can ideate and execute new and innovative graduate programs for new educator roles • Experience with online, hybrid, and face-to-face teaching formats • Demonstrated experience in directing graduate-level programs • Ability to develop academic plans, manage budgets, and mentor faculty • Ability and desire to collaborate with other academic administrators and interdisciplinary colleagues About the Division, College, and the University At ASU’s Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College, we are dedicated to preparing the next generation of education leaders, focusing on scholarship that positively impacts local, national, and global communities and influences PreK-20 education. Teachers College benefits from a legacy of excellence in scholarship and research — our education graduate programs have been ranked among the best by U.S. News & World Report for 12 consecutive years. We welcome individuals who wish to build the future of education within one of the largest and most innovative research and teacher preparation programs in the nation. We serve more than 6,500 students across four ASU campuses in the Phoenix metropolitan area, at partner school districts statewide and online. The College is a recognized leader in cultivating mutually beneficial partnerships and using technology to prepare excellent teachers and educational leaders who apply evidence-based knowledge that positively impacts students, families, and the community. The College values our cultural and intellectual diversity, and continually strives to foster a welcoming and inclusive environment. We are especially interested in applicants who can strengthen the diversity of the academic community. For more information about the College, please visit our website at http://education.asu.edu/ . Application Deadline and Procedures The application deadline is May 16, 2020. Applications will continue to be accepted on a rolling basis for a reserve pool. Applications in the reserve pool may then be reviewed in the order in which they were received until the position is filled. The appointment will begin on July 1, 2020. Only electronic applications will be reviewed. To submit your application, please visit http://apply.interfolio.com/75057.
Tohono O'odham Community College Sells, AZ, USA
Mar 06, 2020
Full time
Job Title:         Special Assistant to the President Reports To :     President Status:             Full time/ Regular/ Hourly Salary:              $19.00 hour   SUMMARY:   The Special Assistant to the President represents the President and the College to Staff, Faculty, Administration, Students and the Community. The work requires excellent oral and written communication skills, timeliness, good customer service and ability to coordinate and prioritize a variety of tasks, often under short timelines. Tasks assigned to the Special Assistant include those typically associated with Administrative Assistant positions plus more technical and complex assignments including working with other staff on projects as assigned by the President. The Special Assistant will support the T-So:son (Our Core Values) which are T-Wohocudadag - Our Beliefs, T-Apedag - Our Well-Being, T-Pi:k Elida, - Our Deepest Respect and I-We:mta - Working Together. ESSENTIAL DUTIES: Represent the President and the College to the Board of Trustees, staff, students, and faculty; Handle correspondence and liaison with Human Resource Development Committee and other committees of the Tohono O’odham Nation Council; Follow up on task completion as directed by the President; Make travel arrangements, schedule and coordinating meetings, maintain meeting minutes and notes, order supplies and equipment; manage calendars and schedules; Initiate, processes, and reviews routine and/or specialized paperwork, forms, reports, and/or confidential information related to assigned area of responsibility, ensuring completeness and accuracy of information; maintains related records; Prepare applicable documents, spreadsheets, forms, and/or other related areas; maintaining databases and tracking policy documents; and monitor the College website; Respond to telephone, e-mail, written, and in-person inquiries from students, the public, departments within the College, and other interested parties; Prepare, review, and process correspondence, and reports; Assist with budget preparation, reconcile credit cards, and utilize Jenzabar software system for invoices and expenses; Perform other duties of a similar nature or level.   TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE: Minimum Qualifications: Associates degree or equivalent required. One or more years of administrative support or similar experience may be considered.   Additional Consideration May Be Given To Individuals with the Following Qualifications: Ability to speak and understand O’odham. Knowledge of the Tohono O’odham Nation organization and structure. Knowledge and understanding in the history and contemporary issues facing Native peoples.   LICENSING REQUIREMENTS Valid Arizona Driver’s license with no DUI's or major traffic offenses within the past year.   KNOWLEDGE: Microsoft Suite, especially Word and Excel; Basic budgeting principles; Filing and recordkeeping principles; Records management procedures; Strategies for working smoothly with external and internal partners.   SKILLS: Excellent communication and interpersonal skills; Able to maintain a high level of confidentiality; Able to adjust to a flexible workflow; Able to work independently on a variety of tasks; Able to maintain a highly organized office setting including maintaining calendars of events and meetings; Able to represent the president in communications with staff and with external partners; Adept at word processing, basic Excel operations, and Adobe Acrobat; Excellent customer service skills; Able to prepare minutes and notes from meetings quickly and accurately; Basic knowledge of budgets; Able to quickly and accurately draft letters, emails and other correspondence; Maintaining records and files.   WORK ENVIRONMENT: TOCC is a tribal college located on the Tohono O’odham Nation, 60 miles west of Tucson. The successful candidate will work closely with members of the Tohono O’odham Nation within a multicultural setting.   BENEFITS: The College offers a comprehensive benefit package and 401(k).    HOW TO APPLY Applications are available on line at www.tocc.edu. Interested applicants must submit a completed TOCC application for employment, resume, related degrees, transcripts, certificates, a list of three references (name, position, organization and work phone numbers), and three (3) letters of recommendation dated within the past twelve months.  If claiming Indian Preference Under Tohono O’odham Ordinance 01-85, submit a copy of certification or enrollment card and/ or if claiming Veteran Preference, submit a copy of the DD214 form to:   TOHONO O’ODHAM COMMUNITY COLLEGE ATTENTION:  HUMAN RESOURCES P.O. BOX 3129 SELLS, AZ  85634 VOICE (520) 383-0049 FAX (520) 383-0029   "This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer."
Tohono O'odham Community College Sells, AZ, USA
Mar 06, 2020
Full time
Job Title:        Bookstore Supervisor Reports To:   Dean of Finance Status:           Full-time/ Regular/ Hourly Salary:           $19.00 an hour (DOE)   SUMMARY:   The Bookstore Supervisor is responsible for running all facets of TOCC's Bookstore. The Supervisor oversees all aspects of the operation, including stocking, sales, inventory and accounting. Besides duties related directly to books, supplies and equipment sales, the supervisor will build an inventory of trade books reflecting O'odham history, language and culture to be available for sale to students and the public. This position will ensure that the TOCC Bookstore is a seamless operation that serves customers quickly, efficiently and with respect. The Bookstore Stupervisor will support the T-So:son (Our Core Values) which are T-Wohocudadag - Our Beliefs, T-Apedag - Our Well-Being, T-Pi:k Elida - Our Deepest Respect and I-Wemta - Working Together. ESSENTIAL DUTIES: Manage staff, prioritizing and assigning work and conducting performance evaluations; Oversee the timely process of book ordering; Prepare and oversee operational budget for the bookstore; Ensure stocking, pricing, receiving, and returning inventory is carried out expeditiously through use of point of sale software; Stock the bookstore with merchandise, gifts, and supplies for purchase by students and community members; Perform routine inventory counts; Process purchases, which involves scanning items and operating a cash register; Calculate daily sales and department charges, ensuring balance sheets are accurate. Prepare a variety of documents including receipts, sale signs, sales records, and/or basic operational reports; Provide customer service over the phone and in person, responding to customer requests and inquiries; Perform other duties of a similar nature or level.   TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE: Minimum Qualifications: Associates degree or an equivalent combination of education and experience necessary to perform the essential responsibilities of the position. Previous work experience involving customer service, attention to detail, and accurate record keeping will be considered.   Additional Consideration May Be Given To Individuals with the Following Qualifications: Ability to speak and understand O’odham and/or Spanish. Knowledge and understanding in the history and contemporary issues facing Native peoples. Bookstore or retail experience is a plus.   LICENSING REQUIREMENTS Valid Arizona Driver’s license with no DUI's or major traffic offenses within the past year.   KNOWLEDGE: Basic accounting principles; Supervisory and training techniques; Bookstore operations; Customer service principles; Cash handling techniques; Retail operations.   SKILLS: Train and supervise staff; Excellent customer service; Handle cash; Monitor, track and maintain inventory and supplies; Attention to detail, excellent organizational and time management skills; Strong verbal and written communication skills; Ability to work as part of team and build a team environment is required; Ability to use Microsoft Suite is critical; A comfort level with data management and ability to learn Jenzabar system software is necessary; Must be capable of working collegially with a diverse group of constituents on a daily basis; Must be capable of showing sensitivity when dealing with a variety of individuals; Must be able to work independently, accurately, quickly, and have strong prioritization skills.   WORK ENVIRONMENT: TOCC is a tribal college located on the Tohono O’odham Nation, 60 miles west of Tucson. The bookstore supervisor will work closely with members of the Tohono O’odham Nation within a multicultural setting.   BENEFITS The College offers a comprehensive benefit package and 401(k).    HOW TO APPLY Applications are available on line at www.tocc.edu. Interested applicants must submit a completed TOCC application for employment, resume, related degrees, transcripts, certificates, a list of three references (name, position, organization and work phone numbers), and three (3) letters of recommendation dated within the past twelve months.  If claiming Indian Preference under Tohono O’odham Ordinance 01-85, submit a copy of certification or enrollment card and/ or if claiming Veteran Preference, submit a copy of the DD214 form to:   TOHONO O’ODHAM COMMUNITY COLLEGE ATTENTION:  HUMAN RESOURCES P.O. BOX 3129 SELLS, AZ  85634 VOICE (520) 383-0049 FAX (520) 383-0029   "This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer."  
$17.41 hourly
Tohono O'odham Community College Tohono O'odham Community College, Arizona 86, Sells, AZ, USA
Mar 05, 2020
Full time
Job Title:       GIS Technician Reports To:   GEO:SMART Project Director Status:            Full-time/ Regular/ Hourly Salary:             $17.41 an hour SUMMARY:   The GIS Technician is responsible for performing complex GIS support functions that could include troubleshooting and repairing hardware and software problems; Developing simple and complex mapping samples; Training and supporting GIS users; monitoring and maintaining maps; creating procedural documentation; and serving as a mentor to students in the GEO:SMART Project. The technician will support the T-So:son (Our Core Values) including T-Wohocudadag - Our Beliefs, T-Apedag - Our Well-Being, T-Pi:k Elida - Our Deepest Respect and I-We:mta - Working Together. ESSENTIAL DUTIES: Oversees the day-by-day operations of GIS units and ESRI and related GIS software; Installs, maintains and repairs GIS components to ensure the equipment is operating at peak efficiency. Relies on knowledge and professional discretion to achieve goals; Communicates with TOCC's IT staff and the GEO:SMART IT Technician, operating the GIS equipment in conjunction with TOCC's technology infrastructure; Makes recommendations for products and service enhancements, monitors device security, maintains systems and troubleshoots a variety of issues; Assists end users in resolving hardware and software issues by fielding telephone calls and emails, replying promptly, diagnosing problems, and performing troubleshooting activities; Documents, tracks and monitors the problem to facilitate a timely resolution; Relies on established guidelines and instructions to perform daily job functions; Interacts with staff and students to fulfill project needs related to GIS, document communication and resolve issues; Relies on specialized knowledge and professional discretion to achieve goals; Performs other duties of similar nature or level.   POSITION REQUIREMENTS TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE: Minimum Qualifications: Associate's degree from an accredited college or university with a degree in computer science, information technology, web design, programming, or related field; and related two to four years of IT experience. Additional Consideration May Be Given To Individuals with the Following Qualifications: Ability to speak and understand O’odham and/or Spanish. Knowledge and understanding in the history and contemporary issues facing Native peoples. LICENSING REQUIREMENTS Valid Arizona Driver’s license with no DUI's or major traffic offenses within the past year. KNOWLEDGE: Mapping in ArcGIS; Other GIS tools and processes; Geography fundamentals; Map design principles; Research methods; Customer service principles; Applicable hardware and software. SKILLS: Analyzing problems and recommending appropriate solutions; Communicating technical information to a non-technical audience; Testing and debugging applications; Providing customer service; Designing maps; Conducting research; Troubleshooting technological problems; Programming applications; Communication, interpersonal skills as applied to interaction with subordinates, coworkers, supervisor, and the public sufficient to exchange or convey information and to receive work direction. WORK ENVIRONMENT: TOCC is a tribal college located on the Tohono O'odham Nation, 60 miles west of Tucson. The GIS Technician will work closely with members of the Tohono O'odham Nation within a multicultural setting. BENEFITS : The College offers a Comprehensive Benefit Package and 401(k). HOW TO APPLY Applications are available on line at www.tocc.edu. Interested applicants must submit a completed TOCC application for employment, resume, related degrees, transcripts, certificates, a list of three references (name, position, organization and work phone numbers), and three (3) letters of recommendation dated within the past twelve months.  If claiming Indian Preference under Tohono O’odham Ordinance 01-85, submit a copy of certification or enrollment card and/ or if claiming Veteran Preference, submit a copy of the DD214 form to: TOHONO O’ODHAM COMMUNITY COLLEGE ATTENTION:  HUMAN RESOURCES P.O. BOX 3129 SELLS, AZ  85634 VOICE (520) 383-0049 FAX (520) 383-0029   "This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer."  
Norfolk State University Norfolk, VA, USA
Mar 02, 2020
Full time
  VICE PRESIDENT FOR UNIVERSITY ADVANCEMENT NSU invites applications and nominations for the position of Vice President for University Advancement (VPUA). The VPUA at NSU serves as the Chief Advancement Officer and is responsible for leading and implementing comprehensive institutional advancement programs as well as recruiting and developing talented team members focused toward the ultimate goal of significantly increasing constituent involvement and fund raising outcomes. The VPUA serves as a member of the President’s cabinet and assists with the overall management of the university. This position has oversight and responsibility for the following areas and functions: annual fund; corporate and foundation relations; major gifts and gift planning; endowments; capital campaigns; alumni relations; stewardship; and, events planning. In the summer of 2019, Dr. Javaune Adams-Gaston assumed the role of President at NSU and is committed to the success of students, strengthening the university infrastructure, and taking the university to the level of national prominence and excellence. Under Dr. Adams-Gaston’s leadership, NSU was awarded a 2020 HBCU Visionary Award given for the stellar leadership provided by Dr. Aurelia T. Williams, executive director of the NSU Cybersecurity Complex. The Elizabeth River Project recognized NSU for its environmental efforts with the River Star Business Award, and NSU’s Spartan Legion band was voted 2019 HBCU Sports Band of the year. RESPONSIBILITIES : Advance the mission, vision, and short and long-term goals of the University in concert with the University President and other members of the cabinet; ensure that the University-wide development operation is fully integrated with University priorities and that advancement activities are aligned with the University's long-term strategic plan; work closely with the President in all phases of advancement and campaign leadership activities; maintain a dynamic portfolio of high net worth individuals and corporate entities to secure major, capital, and planned gifts, as well as advanced annual gifts and endowment support; in conjunction with other senior leaders, develop programs to strengthen the financial resources of the University; create and execute fundraising plans that utilize best practices in annual, major, and planned gift programs to meet fundraising goals; ensure dynamic processes in all phases of donor qualification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship; provide strategic and visionary leadership for university campaigns; hire, train, inspire and guide direct reports and the entire advancement team toward accountable, goal-oriented outcomes; develop annual plans and budgets for areas of responsibility; engage University colleges, schools, and programs to enhance the culture of philanthropy; maintain cooperative working relationships with faculty, staff, students, and campus departments whose cooperation is essential to effective outreach and fund raising; serve as the staff liaison for University Advancement to the Board of Visitors and the Board's University Advancement Committee; and, serve as an advocate for NSU by developing relationships with local leaders, religious organizations, businesses and corporations. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS : An advanced degree in a related field; 10 years of experience as a senior-level fundraising or advancement professional in higher education (preferred), corporate America or non-profit organizations; ability to work effectively with many diverse constituencies in a university environment; strong organizational, supervisory, and leadership capabilities; and, excellent interpersonal, communication, negotiating, strategic thinking and planning, facilitation and implementation skills. Position requires extensive travel. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS : Demonstrated record of leadership and accomplishment in institutional advancement with a proven track record of fundraising success, especially with campaign planning/execution and in major gift solicitations; demonstrated success in solicitation of numerous major and principal gifts; and, demonstrated record of building an advancement program and fundraising performance. DESIRED CHARACTERISTICS :  Tenacious, relentless spirit; honesty and integrity; ability to influence and sell a vision; ability to engage with diverse people and audiences, internally and externally; ability to create an attitude of giving among students; comprehension of changing demographics; transformative; authenticity; high energy; contagious enthusiasm; creative; and, collaborative. HOW TO APPLY: G reenwood/Asher & Associates, Inc. is assisting Norfolk State University in this search. For consideration, all applications must be submitted through Greenwood/Asher. Submission of application materials as PDF attachments is strongly encouraged. Initial screening of applications will begin immediately. Applications and nominations will be accepted until an appointment is made. Confidential inquiries, nominations and application materials should be directed to: Marion Frenche, Search Manager & Managing Consultant, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Practice Leader Ann Bailey, Senior Executive Search Consultant Greenwood/Asher & Associates, Inc. 42 Business Centre Drive, Suite 206 Miramar Beach, Florida 32550 Phone: 850-650-2277 / Fax: 850-650-2272 Email: marionfrenche@greenwoodsearch.com   Email: annbailey@greenwoodsearch.com     For more information on Norfolk State University, please visit https://www.nsu.edu/ . It is the policy of Norfolk State University to provide equal employment and educational opportunities for all persons regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, age, veteran status, gender, disability, political affiliation or sexual orientation. The University is cognizant of all statutes and regulations mandating requirements of equal opportunity and affirmative action and the University, its employees and agents adhere to practices and procedures to insure equal opportunity for all.